Tagged: logan

What’s not to love about Logan?

Date Released - April 12, 2016.

Recent ABS figures show that Logan City is booming in­­­ terms of population, with over 300,000 people expected to be residing there within the next three years. The figures also indicate that one of the drivers is the tracts of land available and approved for acreage sales. ‘We have been developing in Logan for over… Read more »

The most popular land developments in 2015

Date Released - January 7, 2016.

Article sourced from Realestate.com.au Those in search of land in 2015 were chasing the water, with eight out of 10 suburbs in a national list of most popular land developments on the outskirts of Queensland’s coastal centres. The only development in the top 10 outside the sunshine state was Stockland’s established Highlands community, in Melbourne’s northern city fringe suburb… Read more »

Jimboomba Woods – Best of the Best

Date Released - October 23, 2015.

The builders at the new Master Builders Queensland Jimboomba Woods Acreage Display Village, are celebrating the upcoming opening – but the buyers are getting the presents! Five of Queensland’s best builders are offering buyers, for a limited time only, five new home and acreage packages, all tailor designed to make the most of the unique… Read more »

Mayor opens Jimboomba Woods acreage Display Village

Date Released - October 1, 2015.

Logan City Mayor Pam Parker opened the new display village at Jimboomba Woods last Friday (31st July 2015). The village, which is a joint venture for QM Properties and Queensland Master Builders Association (MBA) is Australia’s only acreage display. Featuring five homes by leading builders Metricon, Newstart, GJ Gardener, Oracle, and Stroud, the village is… Read more »

Lovin’ Logan

Date Released - November 20, 2014.

What do Sonia Kruger, Wesley Enoch, Steven Bradbury, Dami Im, Catherine McNeil, and Darren Hayes all have in common? They all come from Logan City, one of Australia’s fastest growing areas. A young area, with 30% of the population under the age of 30, Logan is also Queensland’s most multi-cultural city, with residents from over… Read more »

Logan Lights Up

Date Released - November 20, 2013.

The future is looking very bright for the building sector in Moreton Bay according to a recent think tank of industry and government experts. Hosted by Master Builders the annual ‘Outlook and Opportunities’ event, held at Fitzy’s, was a platform to identify key trends. The panel debated local issues, such as planning approval processes and… Read more »